Tackling major cyber crises | Cyber ​​threat exercises in healthcare

March 21, 2023

From this year onwards, the healthcare sector will be extensively practising with cyber threats. On a small scale and in your own organizations, it is still possible to respond and communicate properly in the event of a cyber disaster, but when a crisis spreads like an oil slick, it often proves difficult to cooperate and communicate in practice. Nationally, the communication channels are reasonably well set up. Regionally, security regions come into the picture, but the situation becomes more complicated if the crisis does not affect two adjacent regions. Can they find each other then? In order to increase the learning curve in the field of cyber security within the healthcare sector, the exercises are extended to an interregional and national level. Oscar Koeroo, CISO at the Ministry of Health, Welfare and Sport, would like to tell you more about this approach and the first learnings he has experienced during this Vision Dinner.

  • Small scaled peer session
  • Open dialogue by means of the Chatham House Rule

Oscar Koeroo, Ministry of Health, Welfare & Sport,

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Oscar Koeroo


Ministry of Health, Welfare & Sport,

Jacky Polak

Sales Director

Trend Micro

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Location: Heeren van Montfoort
17:30 - 20:30


Directors and Managers Cyber ​​Security

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